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Hibernate is not so evil - my personal JPA experience

Hibernate is not so evil – my personal JPA experience

Let’s go back to our code example. To enable lazy loading on the Author property in the Post entity, we need to add an additional parameter: @ManyToOne(fetch = FetchType.LAZY) because the default FetchType for @ManyToOne relationship is FetchType.EAGER. So now, if we fetch Post from the database using PostRepository, the generated SQL statement should not […]

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Augmented Reality’s RoomPlan for iOS: Getting Started

Augmented Reality’s RoomPlan for iOS: Getting Started

RoomPlan is Apple’s newest addition to its Augmented Reality frameworks. It creates 3D models of a scanned room. Additionally, it recognizes and categorizes room-defining objects and surfaces. You can use this information in your app to enrich the AR experience or export the model to other apps. In this tutorial, you’ll learn everything you need […]

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An Overview of CSS Sizing Units — SitePoint

An Overview of CSS Sizing Units — SitePoint

In this article, we’ll explore the four broad categories of CSS sizing units. We’ll look at what the sizing units are for, where they work best, and how to choose the best ones in each scenario, so that our layouts will be optimized across a range of media and device dimensions. Table of Contents About […]

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This product could help build a more equitable workplace (Ep. 575)

What it’s like to be on the Python Steering Council (Ep. 592)

se-stackoverflow July 21, 2023 Ben and senior software engineer Kyle Mitofsky talk with Pablo Galindo Salgado, a Python core developer and Python Steering Council member, about how he infiltrated software development from the world of physics, the journey from fixing typos to updating core, and the time he broke GitHub (an important developer milestone!). Ben […]

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Chris' Corner: More Like CSBest

Chris’ Corner: More Like CSBest

We gotta talk about CSS! That’s my favorite thing! It’s always on the table for a good Chris’ Corner edition, but sometimes focusing on it entirely is best. Klint Finley called it “The modern web’s underrated powerhouse” for GitHub’s publication The ReadME Project back in February, and I’m inclined to agree. Although the days of […]

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How to Internationalize Numbers with JavaScript

URL.canParse

Parsing of URLs on the client side has been a common practice for two decades. The early days included using illegible regular expressions but the JavaScript specification eventually evolved into a new URL method of parsing URLs. While URL is incredibly useful when a valid URL is provided, an invalid string will throw an error […]

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Boost Your Swift Loop Performance By 87% | by Avi Tsadok | Jul, 2023

Boost Your Swift Loop Performance By 87% | by Avi Tsadok | Jul, 2023

A simple trick to supercharge your loops using “loop unrolling” Photo by Fernando Rodrigues on Unsplash Today’s devices are incredibly powerful, often leading us to overlook the importance of efficiency and optimizations. It’s easy to think, why bother with efficiency when we have high-performance hardware like the monster M2 SoC in our Macs or iPads? […]

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Guide to Fine-Tuning Open Source LLM Models on Custom Data

Guide to Fine-Tuning Open Source LLM Models on Custom Data

Introduction I’m sure most of you would have heard of ChatGPT and tried it out to answer your questions! Ever wondered what happens under the hood? It’s powered by a Large Language Model GPT-3 developed by Open AI. These large language models, often referred to as LLMs have unlocked many possibilities in Natural Language Processing. […]

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